Most Californians back global warming policies

Strong majorities of Californians believe that a warming climate has already begun affecting their state and favor policies to tackle the problem, according to a new Public Policy Institute of California poll.

Step outside – climate change is here

Five brush fires raged in a single day this week along the American River Parkway. The Wragg fire at Lake Berryessa flared anew. Temperatures soared to triple digits and beyond in Sacramento, sizzling even for this ordinarily hot city, even as the southern end of the state braced for freak monsoons.

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Becerra steps aside, aspires for more

Rep. Xavier Becerra decided against seeking U.S. Senate seat

The fourth-ranking House Democrat, Becerra has a shot at leadership

That’s not a bad thing for a McClatchy High grad and son of Manuel and Maria Becerra

Anti abortion-rights activists rallied on July 28, 2015 to protest outside a Planned Parenthood in midtown Sacramento after an anti-abortion group released a third video related to the use of fetal body parts. Video by Madeline Lear/The Sacramento Bee.

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